Putting a stand in a mall

Has anyone put a sales stand in a mall to sell landscaping turfing etc. I am contemplating this next season in a well to do area which has had a big jump in new builds last year as well as the well heeled wanting a make over.Just wondering if i might have a chance of a ROI

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    The big drawback for me ignoring cost is the fact that you could be drawing clients from too far away to make it viable?
    Also is footfall enough these days? I know I avoid going to town as I'm busy and internet shopping is far easier.
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    I would think you'd be better off leafleting or direct mailing the area in question - much more targeted.

  • Thats what I have always done and do pretty well out of it just trying to mix things up a bit. I think facebook shop adverts etc are useless and newspapers are dead.<br />
    I priced a billboard at a busy local junction and it was £1200+vat a fortnight which a couple of really small local companies use repeatedly but that a bit of a punt
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